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16 Nov 2017
Senior research fellow, Adam Elston, considers recent IES research on pay gaps and developments in gender pay reporting.
9 Nov 2017
Emma Pollard reflects on IES research on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and how higher education providers can build inclusive learning cultures.
24 Oct 2017
Is HR's future role one of thought-leaders and innovators? Duncan Brown reflects on IES' 2017 annual conference and considers HR's future direction and purpose.
9 Oct 2017
Dr Kath Atkinson looks at how changes in civil service pensions are likely to impact future working patterns.
4 Oct 2017
The future of the UK's immigration system is at the heart of the Brexit negotations. Erica Consterdine analyses the possible scenarios for a future system and considers the likely impact on employers.
Now you see it, now you don't: Contrasting approaches to fairness and change in UK and Korean pay policies2 Oct 2017
Responding to the announcement by Liz Truss that the pay rise cap of one per cent could be lifted for some public sector workers, Duncan Brown considers how governments might develop more effective pay policies.
12 Sep 2017
Duncan Brown considers the challenge of pay comparison in the context of plans announced by Minister for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson, to curb 'excessive' pay amongst university vice-chancellors.
21 Aug 2017
Stephen Bevan considers the prevalence of arthritis in the workplace and what should be done to help employees with arthritis to remain and thrive in work.
16 Aug 2017
Penny Tamkin reflects on Matthew Taylor's review on modern employment practices and the concept of 'good work', as presented by Taylor to IES Fellows, members and invited guests at an IES event in July 2017.
19 Jul 2017
Stephen Bevan considers the less-discussed aspect of the recent Taylor Review of modern employment: 'good work'. What is the evidence base, and what should a 'proactive approach' look like?